Free NLP Resources
We are always putting together useful materials for our workshops and seminars, some of which we will make available to download and share.
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Adapted from Stephen Covey's book "The 7 habits of highly successful people", here is a downloadable chart to print off and use to help your task planning. Ideally we want to spend as much time on the "Non-Urgent Important" stuff as possible. Avoid getting engrossed in doomscrolling and Youtube!
Join us for our next NLP for All event to really get to grips with this fascinating topic.
Have you ever taken the time to watch where people look when they talk to you? Have you ever wondered if there is something to learn from this?
Richard Bandler (co-creator of NLP) did, and what he discovered gives us a better understanding of the way we think and the strategies we use. Follow the link to find out for yourself.
The work on eye accessing cues led to this clever and simple technique to help with learning spellings. The instructions are simple and it's an easy techniqe to teach to children and adults. Try it yourself with long or difficult words and see how easy it is.
You will need different coloured pens, paper and a long and complicated word!
When you are struggling to find direction or want to set your goals for the future, or if you find yourself putting things off and feeling frustrated with your lack of progress, use these questions to help you.
They are designed to make you think thoroughly about what you want, what you need to do to get it and provide powerful motivators to get you there.
This is a great technique to use when you need to overcome nerves, silence that "voice inside your head" or deal with a difficult, challenging, confrontational or even dangerous situation.
It allows you to find a calm and resourceful state, where you are in better control of strong emotions. It enables you to think more rationally and clearly, rather than employing the sometimes automatic response of anger or agression.
A very useful technique to practice - like a muscle it becomes stronger with use.
If you remember to practice it, you will remember to use it..